Is it possible to raise and lower a tarp if you are laying down inside it? I Campped over last Friday night (Feb 2017) slept under my Standard MoD DPM Basha, Here it is: I kept it low and snug to keep out most of the wind and all the rain. but...it's low, getting in and out of the tarp is a pain A raised tarp would be better, but its more weatherproof lower.....so, I don't want a bigger tarp, is there a way of changing the overall tarp height whilst inside it? With all the gadgets and posh knots and inventive Bushcrafters, out there There must be a way! 1) You could do it with 2 sets of pegs and move the tarp onto them. 2) You could use 2 sets of bungees or guys and remove one set somehow. 3) You don't want to loose any pegs or lines, and if the weather comes down you don't want loose pegs and lines whipping around! 3) You don't want a complex spidersweb of guy lines or bungees. 4) You only need the entrance to move up/down. 5) You need the rest of the tarp to remain tight enough to repell weather in both positions al the time, but HOW do you keep it tight in both positions? 6) is there a way of doing this with standard kit with no metalwork, sewing, or expensive gadgets (i.e. bog standard Tarp/Bungee/tent peg/paracord). 7) Is there a way that would work for any type of Basha/poncho even homemade and different shaped tarps like diamond and trianges?? 8) it has to be a way that can be done in the dark by anyone and dosn't involve tensioned bungees as that could end in a painful disaster! I have an idea how it coud be done ...but it involves too much kit, I need to experiment.